Big Time Ghanaian Businessman Wanted to Sleep With Me Before Financing My Movie But I Said NO – Yvonne Nelson

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Yvonne Nelson has revealed that she has faced ‘s*x for cash’ offers in the industry but she has been strong enough to turn them down.

The actress and mother of one in a recent chat with Hitz Fm said when she was searching for financiers for her tv show ‘Heels and Sneakers’, a big, well-known businessman offered her the chance to be chopped down in return for the cash she wanted.

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“That was when I wanted to produce the first season of my Series “Heels and Sneakers…this man has a financial institution and he promised me heaven and earth. I went to his office several times but in the end, he wanted to put me on bed,” she told Andy Dosty.

According to Yvonne, she turned down the offer.

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Considering some rich Ghanaian men are mostly pigs and all too many celebrities are ready to take the ‘D’ in exchange for roles or money or whatever reason they convince themselves it’s worth it for, this is something that’s never going to go away from our industry.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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